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Wheel Thrown Honey Pot with Cast Bronze Bee

Erin Janow Jason Janow


Wheel thrown honey pot. Artist Erin Janow creates her lidded honey pots on the potter’s wheel, and finishes her work with non-toxic glazes which she mixes herself.  Once the piece is fired, she applies a sweet little bronze honey bee.

  • Approximately 5″tall x 4″wide
  • Honey dipper not included
  • Hand-washing is recommended
  • High-fired stoneware
  • Made in NC
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Erin Janow

Jason Janow

And so, when I leave the trout stream, my pockets are often filled with such treasures as river stones and twigs.


The honey bees on Erin’s pots are handmade from an original bee carved by her husband, Jason janow.  Jason is a jeweler and member of the Southern Highland Craft Guild as well.  Expect slight differences in design and bee placement.

“When Erin first made her honey pots, we saw an immediate interest from customers.  We quickly had an idea, that the only thing that could make the story sweeter, was a bee.  One day, I sat down with some images of honey bees, and began to carve a bee out of metal.  It turned out great!  We made a mold of the hand carved original and the rest is history.  This was our first collaboration and when time allows, we look forward to doing it again and again.” Jason Janow

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